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Monthly Archives: March 2013
The calendar says spring, but Mother Nature has not been cooperating. Last weekend, the promising glimpses of crocus and daffodil tips were once again hidden by a dusting of relentlessly white snow. I’m so tired of the gray-and-white view from … Continue reading
I love lemon, especially lemon with poppyseeds, in any sort of baked goods: tea bread, scones, muffins, cookies, you name it. Since many traditional bakery items are now off-limits to me thanks to their gluten and sugar content, I decided … Continue reading
This recipe is my take on the ubiquitous peppersauce that turns up the gastronomic piquancy in Trinidad and Tobago cuisine. It’s ridiculously easy to make, and bestows a complex flavor (not just heat) to a wide range of dishes. The … Continue reading
A year ago this month I was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disease after two years of being sick enough to know something was wrong — truly wrong — beyond the usual suspects of overwork, lack of sleep, and “that … Continue reading
You might have thought I’m finally over Trinidad & Tobago… but that’s actually not likely to happen any time soon. Inspired by our visit, the Midwestern Gentleman and I are still spicing up our home cooking with the flavors of … Continue reading
The Midwestern Gentleman and I love a good crepe. Our former favorite crepe recipe relies on whole wheat flour and buttermilk for a wonderful flavor, texture, and nutritional profile. If you can tolerate gluten and dairy, then I highly recommend … Continue reading